Tuesday, June 02, 2009

New York, New York

From Friday June 5th to Tuesday June 9th, I will be visiting New York. This will actually be only my second trip to the Big Apple. That being said, I'm looking for places to go, disco nights to check out, cool bars, great record stores, and the interesting places that I must see while I'm there. Last time I did the tourist thing (Empire State Building, Ground Zero, etc.), now I want to go to all the interesting and hidden spots that everyone who reads this blog knows of when it comes to New York, Brooklyn, etc. I'm already deejaying LUSTR on Saturday night, and I'm definitely up to deejay any and all the other nights I'm there, if anyone has anything going on (club night, bar night, house party, etc). Please, please let me know!

And because we are talking about New York, here is a track by Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band, entitled "New York City Woman", that I've been meaning to post for some time that nicely blurs the lines between disco and house music. The song features Debbie French on vocals and can be found on the 1998 Here Come The Sunburst Band LP. I can't say that I'm a huge house music lover, however this is one of those rare tracks that crosses over nicely in a disco mix. Hope you enjoy!

Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band - New York City Woman

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Pat Les Stache said...

C'mon people?!?!? Please send me a list of cool bars, dance nights, record stores, things to do, etc.

I need your help!

Anonymous said...

Hey Pat:

I am kind of surprised you state that you aren't a huge house music lover seeing as both House and Disco seem to go hand in hand. Some really great House tunes out there if you give them a chance (particularly in the deep house genre). Either way, thanks for sharing this and keep up the great work.

"Magic" Juan

James said...

check your email,i've sent you some tips for your nyc weekend.

Anonymous said...

NICE ... please share your finds and recommendations in NY , as I'll making plans later this summer and that would be awesome !